Holly Willoughby returned to This Morning on Monday in a stunning bight yellow dress just perfect for the summer months. The presenter, who has been away for a week, took to Instagram to show off the dress, which is from high street chain Whistles. It features an off-the-shoulder neckline with a twisted detail, nipped in waist and front ruffle. She paired the frock with a pair of strappy sandals from Office and wore her bobbed hair loose and natural. Holly was looking super tanned in the picture and her makeup was kept fresh and minimal.
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The mum-of-three's outfit of the day Instagram posts are always popular with her followers, but this stunning look attracted even more compliments than usual. One commented "looooove this dress" and another added "major dress envy". Several also tagged Whistles while heaping praise on the design.
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Holly creates her stunning TV looks with the help of stylist Angie Smith, and credits her for totally transforming her look. The star explained to HELLO!: "I've learnt from her. I've learnt that with all of my clothes, I'm like a little sponge, it becomes more natural after you have been doing it for a long time. I think I would wear the same shape clothes, shop in the same few shops and I think I would have stayed like that for the rest of my life because I'd felt safe in those parameters, whereas she tries new things."
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The 37-year-old's growing fashion icon status has lead her to create her own lifestyle brand, Truly, which will launch in Autumn. Last week she gave a sneak peak of one of the products she'll be selling when she posted a chic black and white photograph of herself wearing a lacy black camisole. She captioned the image: "Live, love, LACE! … hope you're having a Truly beautiful bank holiday… silk chemise coming soon #truly" alongside the new website's address.